Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 4, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
28 THE UTHBRIDGE HERALD Friday, December 4, 19X0 Boyle's Column MM. liOYLK NEW YORK (API Re- marks Uiat a boss gels lirixl of hearing: "Cliicf, the accountant says we're running out of red ink. Shall 1 order another "It's your wife on the phone, sir. She says for you to remember to take your cough medicine at 10, 2 ami 4 o'clock." "Someone drew a mean cartoon of you on the wash- room bulletin board, sir. Shall I tear it "I could give you a whole list of reasons why I should get a merit raise, chief, but they all boil down to the fact that my wife thinks I deserve she's the one who knows me best." "Did you see in the paper. sir, where it says business is so bad at many firms that their executives are cutting out their winter "It's your wife, sir. She says for you to be sure to get a pound of caviar when you stop off at (he supermarket." "That part-time secretary you hired last week has re- signed. She says you are ei- ther too high-handed or low- forget which." "The chairman of the union delegation is waiting outside to see you, sir. He says the new contract is no dice miless it contains a clause sajmg that every man can have a holiday on his wife's birthday as well as his own." "Well, the only way I can see out for us is to merge with another firm, but I can't imagine anybody else being dumb enough to hook up with us." LONESOME WIFE "It's your wife, sir. She says she's feeling lonely and wants to know if she dines into town will you take her to a mcvic this afternoon." "The reason I figure that the old man has such a terri- ble temper in the office is to make up for beinu henpecked at home." "No, I wouldn't dare inter- rupt him now for anybody or anything. This is the time he likes to lock the door and practise his putting." "I don't question Ills author- his common sense." "It's your chauffeur, sir. He says that if you don't pay him more regularly he'll have to ask for his evenings off so he can moonlight on another job." "Since the boss said every- body has to tighten his belt, he has limited himself to two martinis at lunch. Now that's what I call real executive suf- "Your wife's on the other line, sir. She wants to know where you left the pawn ticket for her fur coat. She says she has to get it out of hock or freeze to death." HOW TO SHOP FOR Can you spot code words in re- tail advertising that spell out genuine bargains? Do you know the retailer's sales secrets that could save you hundreds of dol- lars starting right now? Answers to these important shopping guides are featured in ihe December issue of Reader's Digest. Learn how you can save Money on food, clothing and other items. This timely article also gives you a Shopping Cal- endar showing when stores will hold sales on everything fror INDIAN COUNCIL Jim Sinclair of Puniiichy, Sask., is chairman of the newly form- ed Native Council of'Canada. Mr. Sinclair, who is also pres- ident of the Saskatchewan Metis Society ,lold an Ottawa n e w s conference that the council was formed by Metis and non treaty Indians from the Western Provinces as a way of cstablisliing a direct line of communication with the federal government. HEATH TOP YACHTSMAN LONDON (Reuter) Prime Minister Heath was elected Yachtsman of the Year by yachting writers and top yachts- _______...... men yesterday. Heath won the drugs, to appliances. Start'sav- I Sydney-to-Hobart ocean race ing money now get your De- last December in his yacht cember Header's Digest today. Morning Cloud. NOTICE The Public is invited to meet with itie City Council to discuss matters pertaining to Civic Affairs. Any person interested in making statements to or asking questions of Coun- cil may appear at a Public Meeting to be held in the Council Chamber on Monday, December 14th at p.m. JOHN GERLA, City Clerk CITY OF LETHBRIDGE DID YOU KAOW THAT Bylaw Number 359 known as the Streets Bylaw states mat: 1. "no signs shall be erected, maintained, continued or allowed la stand upon any public highway (In- cluding boulevard) in the City unless or until a permit for such erection, maintenance, continuance or standing has he-en granted by the City Manager." his charge or under his control to stand rnotion- CITY MANAGER T. R. NUTTING, EATON'S at Baton's Christmas is for People Cherrywood Board Cutting Top adds beauty and utility. Bonus juice groove I Automatic Rinse Dispenser adds rinse agent to final cycle for dish sparkle. Dual Detergent Dispenser adds correct amount of de- tergent for up to three wash- es. Auto Redacting Stabilizers prevent tipping during load- ing, unloading. Retracts when door closed. We'll Deliver Her CG.E. Dishwasher for Christmas Won'! she be surprised when the Eaton's van pulls up to your door before December 25lh and our delivery man unloads her now C.G.E. Concept II dishwasher! Eaton's exclusive convertible model begins as a portable can later be built in, Hns soft fond disposer which grinds leftovers, swishes them away, and eliminates messy scraping. Gives your wife a choice of three wash cycles including Daily load, Pots and Pans, and Rinse-and-Hold. And wait 'til she sees that shine! C.G.E.'s three-level There-Wash and Sanitize Rinse and Dry programs add a hygienic sparkle to dirmerware. Cabinet measures 24V wide, deep, high. Model S736-F. While. Order now for Special pre-Christmas delivery! SPECIAL, each Avocado or Harvest Gold Model, Extra Advantage of the Saturday 2 Hours Free Parking Downtown Commencing Tomorrow. If It's In Town It's Downtown. Major Appliances, Second Floor. Use Your Handy Eaton Budget Charge! Shop Eaton's Tonight Until 9 and Saturday 9 fo Buy Line 328-8811.